This weekend Evolution was released for Windows. Evolution is a popular email client in the Linux world, something I looked at when we rolled out the new Exchange server last year. Evolution accesses OWA to connect to the Exchange server, but has the look and feel of full-on email client. This is great for Windows [...]
Did you know that if you delete a a mail message in Outlook, it’s not necessarily gone from the system? The message is simply moved to your “Deleted Items” folder. Over time, your “Deleted Items” folder can become very large, and take up precious space on the mail server. One way to think of it: [...]
Appointments in Entourage between March 11th – 31st are off by 1 hour. A fix is apparently still in the works. Here’s an explanation by Entourage guru, Paul Berkowitz: “Since the old Daylight Savings Time (up to 2006) started on the first Sunday in April, and the first Sunday in April in 2007 is April [...]
Ubuntu is a geek-favorite Linux distribution (I dual boot at home and know Elph has at least one machine running it), so it’s natural that we’ve been running it in the office. When we upgraded to Exchange 2003, I set out to find an Exchange client for Ubuntu.
In Entourage: Turn off junk email filter under the tools menu. For Ari: Install Entourage and configure it to look as AOL-y as possible to ease him in. On Nupu Configure Retrospect Change setting on exchange server to fix root error at entourage startup. Automate the Outlook 2003 upgrade. more to come…
-Exchange server + ISA + OWA rebuilt by June 7th. -RH AD migration on June 14th -BH / CR AD migration on June 16th -Deli / ATS / Zhaus AD migration on June 18th -MO AD migration on June 20th -Migrate select mailboxes on June 22nd. -Migrate all users on Saturday, June 24th.
Currently using entourage: Ron Jenny Maggie Erica Billie Pete Raul Currently using Outlook 2001: Lynn Yates Paul Saginaw Mo Brad Stas’ Maggie (iBook) Ann Agler Nicole Ian Phoebe Hannah? Using other IMAP clients: Paul Metler Gauri
Vision: “Seamless” is the overwhelming descriptor of the new email system–both in its implementation and its easy accessibility from work and from the web. Even the strong password conversion was met with understanding and acceptance, in a few cases, enthusiasm. The evening and weekend times for the switchover made for minimal downtime for all of [...]
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